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deadlines on mandatory cutbacks, keeping the government running, and another debt ceiling vote. >> the next fight is going to be far uglier and far bloodier than the fights that we've already been through. because we're down to the stuff that is the hardest stuff to do. so i just... no one has presented a strategy yet, no one is out there talking about a path to get through this next problem. >> the budget deal doesn't address the debt ceiling and automatic spending cuts, which are set... >> battle lines are already emerging for the next showdown... >> the government can't pay its bills... >> how can we expect a deal... >> the school is in lockdown. >> after the tragic shootings, frontlinin collaboration with the hartford courant, investigates two important stories from inside newtown. >> we have a loner, guy who played violent video games, lived in a house where there were guns. >> haunting questions... >> how it all adds up to this kind of horror we're working hard to understand. >> and a heated debate... >> connecticut's very polarized on guns. sandy hook may push people even farth
kind of -- well, no, that was the debt ceiling. here's my point, obama's going to turn up the heat as it gets closer to the deadline. as dana and i have been talking about, we both think the can's going to be kicking down the road anyway and as obama pushes other agenda items in the state of the union, the blame game just doesn't work outside of the capitol. i think people don't understand why congress cannot do a basic job of deciding on what to spend and what to cut. >> they're not watching that minutia is what you're saying. >> right. this is not -- they're not looking at decimal points and the broad theme is dysfunction and gridlock and therefore, i think, it's just both houses. >> we've seen a very confident president during the recent weeks, we saw the state of the union showing that confidence, that swagger as many have said. not pressing hard to deal with the sequester right now that he thinks maybe that republicans will get the blame here. is that his thought, you think? >> yeah, he's going to let them sweat it out for a little bit. and he's suggesting we move beyond this
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